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Part 2 - Removing Scrollbars from a popup

Posted on 2014-04-01
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Hello all

This is a continuation from an earlier question.  

The original question had lots of twists and turns -- so now it's down to one issue.  Scrollbars.

Please go to this test url:  Test url

Click on the the main menu "Login Modal test" and a modal will pop up. It's fine.  

However if you put in a user name and password, and click LOGIN at the bottom of the box, the words "Login Failed" show up.  At that point a scroll bar will appear.

I need to lose the scroll bar.  

Hopefully with the scroll bar, the popup will be perfect.  

Thanks

Rowby
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ravikantninave earned 500 total points
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Better you extend the vertical space.  Whenever you shows the error Login Failed it add up 1 more line which is not sufficient to fit with your height.

Second option is use
<table width="260" border="0" align="center" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="line-height: 15px;"
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Thanks ravikantninave

I will be trying out your solutions either later tonight or in the morning.

Rowby
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Hi

I used your suggestion to troubleshoot the issue, and made the image a few pixels smaller.

It got rid of the scrollbars.

(I couldn't change the table because the login form itself is hosted elsewhere --and changing the html of the table would not be easily done.

Thanks!

Rowby
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thanks for troubleshooting this for me!
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